Danny Avila shares urban re-work of ‘Save You’

Danny Avila is a young talent that’s enjoying expanding his already wide-ranging skills across the genre spectrum. This is a 24-year-old that’s cemented himself at the forefront of 2019’s electronic music scene. He’s negotiated the industry by throwing himself into live performance and delivering a solid slew of eclectic releases along the way. Danny’s ‘Save You’ single, released earlier this year, features rap artists Famous Dex and Xnilo. It’s a refreshing effort that allowed Danny to explore an undiscovered urban facet to his work. The new electronic rework pulls elements from the sophisticated hip hop injection and injects more layers of graceful future r&b influenced sounds.

Danny Avila is an artist that promises a meticulous blend of fresh production and epic, soaring festival anthems that always draw from his extensive touring experience. Over his career to date, Danny has entertained massive audiences that occupied a multitude of worldwide festival slots. Arguably, Avila’s most notable successes include ‘Too Good to Be True,’ alongside masters of the pop world The Vamps and rap friend Machine Gun Kelly, as well as his collaboration with special twins in the industry, Nervo. More recently, we’ve seen Danny experimenting with the new musical ground. One minute he’s signing an international deal with Sony Music, then he’s producing hardstyle with fellow DJ Will Sparks, and the next he’s injecting rumbling bass with Deorro.

Famous Dex is an influential American rapper, singer and songwriter behind a mass of ground-breaking releases. Most prominent successes include ‘Japan’ and ‘Pick It Up’ featuring A$AP Rocky. His organically velvet rhymes bring signature swag that merges with Danny’s tight production. The Spanish rapper Xnilo injects sounds that echo Danny’s proud roots as part of this fresh urban heater.

This fresh electronic mix of Danny’s ‘Save You’ sees a complete reinvention of the original structure. It’s a majestic rendition that’s still equally powerful and atmospheric. Intricate percussion builds behind gritty vocals and pulsating, intimating keys. He exploits a modern portrayal of r&b, with masterful execution for a fresh take of his urban leaning classic. It’s truly another polished effort that relishes in Danny’s diverse and ever-growing musical landscape.

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